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RE: Laura Zolo's voyage
I just happened to be in New York last October for the Columbus Day Parade.
I did in fact see Laura Zolo and the Sinclair contigent in the parade as
described in Laurel's email. When I saw them I yelled, "I'm a Sinclair!".
They gestured and yelled back "Join us". I had an uncharacteristic attack of
shyness and decided not to jump in and march. I really wish now that I had.
Lesson learned: Don't let a parade pass you by!
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Spirit One Email
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2001 2:10 PM
To: Sinclair Discussion
Subject: Laura Zolo's voyage
Dear Cousins and especially new people to this list.
I have just been updating information to the heroic saga of Laura Lolo who
retraced the voyage of the Zenos from Venice, visiting Templar ports along
the way to Orkney where she then followed the course of Prince Henry's
voyage to Nova Scotia in 1398. And of course then on to Westford, MA and
Let's not forget that this drama was unfolding just last year. Refresh
your memories (I didn't know until this latest information about her brush
with the ice bergs) at:
And I bet very few of you know about the great reception she had in NYC plus
all the opportunities to spread the information about Prince Henry's voyage
to so many there.
www.clansinclairusa.org/ev_re_m_westford.htm scroll down through the
events in Westford and then you'll see the NYC stuff.
I think you will agree that the Prince Henry Sinclair Society of North
America (PHSSNA) has certainly done a tremendous job in changing the pages
of history. Anyone with a particular interest in working with them should
contact Neil St. Clair at Neil St. Clair-NS
firstname.lastname@example.org Their membership comes from all over the world
and is not exclusive to Sinclairs but open to anyone who is interested in
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